Energy logistics firm Peterson has announced its goal to become carbon neutral by the end of 2022.
Like many other global businesses, we have made our own commitment in the drive towards net zero. For us, it is that we will be a carbon neutral business before the end of 2022. The big question then is, how will we get there?
Logistics firm Peterson has said it is “encouraged” with activity picking up and the business eyeing a return to profits in 2021.
International logistics firm Peterson has announced the appointment of Sarah Moore as its new CEO.
As the industry presses ahead towards achieving net zero by 2050, we recognise that everybody is being asked to be something different at the moment.
North Sea firms will need to “come together and work differently” in order to take full advantage of the UK Government’s transition deal.
The energy sector faces two existential shifts in the coming years, with the digitalisation of existing energy systems and the transition to a future energy mix.
International energy logistics provider Peterson has confirmed it carried out a “resizing” of the business earlier this year in order to make the transition to home working more straightforward.
A ship moored in Aberdeen harbour has been detained by authorities amid welfare concerns for the crew on board.
A host of north and north-east companies and projects have been given cash injections through the Scottish Government’s decommissioning challenge fund (DCF).
Leading international energy logistics provider Peterson has kicked-off Scottish Apprenticeship Week by announcing a number of new apprenticeships across its diverse business.
Digital transformation is not a new concept at Peterson. It has been at the company’s core since the 1990s. Peterson recognised early that traditional oil and gas supply chain operations, systems and processes delivered limited visibility and an inconsistent approach. Having successfully transformed its business – and, in turn, its clients’ businesses – Peterson is now applying the same principle to managing the competence and development of its people.
International energy logistics provider Peterson has strengthened its relationship with Premier Oil after securing a contract worth £20 million.
While the oil price is stabilising and some confidence to invest is returning, logistics and supply chain managers still face a challenge to deliver safe and reliable movement of material and personnel, in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Energy logistics firm Peterson has shot video footage of the arrival of a giant marine fuel tank at its Aberdeen harbour base.
The delivery of a North Sea oil platform to Lerwick highlights the Shetland port’s status as a “centre of excellence” for decommissioning, a joint-venture has said.
Energy logistics firm Peterson has paid £3million for a giant marine fuel tank at its Aberdeen harbour base.
Energy logistics firm Peterson has made a £20,000 donation to two north-east charities.
Supply chain costs for oil and gas firms in north-east Scotland are expected to drop as a result of the newly-opened Aberdeen bypass, according to transport bosses.
Logistics and energy service firm Peterson UK will set up a new base at the Port of Lowestoft in Suffolk after signing a long-term agreement.
Operating for nearly 100 years, with a key base in Shetland, Peterson has grown from its original roots in agricultural inspections to become an expert in the field of logistics, quality, certifications and risk management.
Energy logistics company Peterson said yesterday that it intends to expand a new, cost-saving, central and northern North Sea (CNNS) vessel pool scheme to include more partners.
Erwin Kooij: Peterson has delivered a positive performance in what continues to be a challenging time for the energy sector’
Peterson Offshore Group said yesterday its Aberdeen-based UK businesses made a major contribution to a profits during 2016.
A topside module from Shell’s Leman field in the southern North Sea was delivered Great Yarmouth for dismantling today.
A Scottish technology company has unveiled further developments of a system designed to bring disruptive use of technology like that of Uber and AirBnB to the offshore oil and gas logistics sector.